January 2, 1992 The 94 foot crab vessel St George disappeared after leaving Dutch Harbor for the crab grounds. Only an EPIRB and an empty life raft were found. Lost were skipper David Parks of Blaine WA, Terry James of Blaine WA, Brian Schouten of Blaine WA, Kevin Clark of Ferndale WA, George Dahl of Bellingham WA and Shawn McWethy of Soldotna.
January 12, 1992 The 42 foot cod trawler Barbara Leigh sank at Noyes Island with the loss of Edward Lander (63). The disaster was precipitated by an outrigger collapse causing the vessel to heel over, flood and sink.
January 23, 1992 Joe Blake became entangled in crab line and was lost overboard from the 112 foot crab vessel Magnum near St Paul Island in the Bering Sea.
February 3, 1992 Todd Jensen (35) was lost when the 39 foot crab fishing vessel Sea Venture I capsized near Seldovia. Two other crewmembers were rescued.
February 23, 1992 Ricky Maerz of Homer was lost when the 34 foot salmon fishing vessel Morning Star ran aground at Seldovia Point.
March 2, 1992 A crewmember was lost from the 170 foot fishing vessel Pacific Producer in Resurrection Bay after falling from the gangway.
April 3, 1992 Crewmember Brian Bugg (25) was pulled overboard by a crab line and lost from the 157 foot crab fishing vessel Gulf Wind in the Bering Sea northwest of Amak Island.
June 1992 Crewman Perry Christopher was lost in an onboard accident on the 86 foot crab fishing vessel Bering Empire.
June 9, 1992 Two halibut fishermen were lost when their unnamed 16 foot skiff sank 100 miles southwest of Kodiak.
June 9, 1992 The decomposed body of a fisherman from the June 9, 1992 halibut opening was found September 4, 1992 near Alitak Cannery. The fisherman was reported to have been fishing in Alitak Bay in a 16 foot skiff.
June 12, 1992 A crewman was pulled overboard by the anchor line and lost from an unnamed seine skiff in Bristol Bay.
June 21, 1992 The 46 foot trawler Active sank at Grand Island 15 miles south of Juneau when her fishing gear got hung up on the bottom. Skipper Milo Davis (36) and crewman Nick Plaskon (19) were lost.
July 5, 1992 The 32 foot salmon fishing vessel 90% Angel sank in a southwest gale at the mouth of the Kvichak River a few miles south of Graveyard Point with the loss of two crewmembers. Two others were rescued by a Trident Seafood Helicopter.
August 18, 1992 The operator of an unnamed salmon skiff was lost when his vessel sank in Togiak Bay.
September 1, 1992 Justin R. Albecker (16) was lost when the 32 foot salmon fishing vessel Tammy Kay capsized and sank off of Point Seduction while under tow.
September 1, 1992 An unnamed salmon seine skiff was holed and sank at Chisik Island in Cook Inlet and both men on board were lost.
September 1, 1992 The inflatable skiff from the vessel Heather Sea capsized and sank in rough weather near Saint Lawrence Island in the northern Bering Sea and one of the two people on board was lost.
September 11, 1992 The 47 foot longline halibut fishing vessel Sea Breeze disappeared with three crewmembers on board outside of Yakutat in the Gulf of Alaska. Lost were Walter “Scooter” Prichard (36), Jay Mattila and Dave Harris.
September 11, 1992 The 40 foot longline halibut fishing vessel Mary May sank near Biorka Island southwest of Sitka losing Jeff Anderson (29) and Robert Enlowe (23) both from Sitka.
September 1992 Mark J Matuszeski was pulled overboard and lost from the 86 foot crab fishing vessel Bering Empire.
October 20, 1992 The 37 foot sea cucumber and urchin dive boat Sea Note sank near Yakutat losing her crew of two.
November 3, 1992 A crewmember entangled his leg in crab line, was pulled overboard and lost from the 148 foot crab fishing vessel Sea Fisher in the Bering Sea northeast of Amak Island.
November 22, 1992 The tug May capsized and sank November 22, 1992 in 50 fathoms of water at the mouth of Farragut Bay in Frederick Sound. Lost were David J. Seelye (45) of Wrangell, Jay W. Ellis (42) of Wrangell and Randy S. Janisch (35) of Washington State.
November 24, 1992 A crewmember was lost when he was washed overboard by a large wave from the 133 foot crab fishing vessel Alaska Trader in the Bering Sea northwest of Amak Island.
December 25, 1992 A crewmember fell overboard and was lost while attempting to climb from the 112 foot fishing vessel Pacific Viking which was moored in Dutch Harbor.